One of the priorities that you have to set is having a maintained plumbing at home. Since a lot of homeowners have different matters to attend to, this was being neglected. Until suddenly, the sink breaks, a pipe bursts, or the shower won’t drain.
It’s during times like these that we remember how important plumbing is. Here are some things you might not know about plumbers:
For plumbers, each job is different from one another. One day, they’re installing a new faucet in a residential kitchen, and they next day, they’re repairing a leak in a university swimming pool. Each work is a unique challenge, and our plumbers approach each with all the knowledge and experience.
They would like to rename garbage disposals. All our plumbers cringed at the mention of garbage disposal repairs. They also suggest avoiding discarding too much in the garbage disposal. They would rename it “sink disposals’ or just get rid of them altogether. Another helpful tip: One plumber suggested cleaning the disposal with lemon juice (no peels!) and ice.
When asked what the grossest part of a plumber’s job was, they would answer not fixing the bathroom but the kitchen. Yep, you got that right. Every plumber we talked to agreed that the most unpleasant substance to work with was grease.
Plumbers risk their safety to fix your pipes. You may not think of plumbing as one of the more dangerous professions, but working with high water and air-pressure systems can be risky. You have nothing to worry as these plumbers undergo special training and take extra precautions while at work.
Watching videos online doesn’t make you a plumber. Hiring a professional one will save you time and money. Mr. Rooter Plumbing is in the business for 50 years and we highly recommend that whenever you have a plumbing concern or emergency, you contact this company.